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    Aikema, Bernard

    Bernard Aikema is Professor of art history for the early modern period at the University of Verona.

    Publications:

    Willem Schellinks: viaggio al Sud (1983)

    Nel regno dei poveri: Arte e storia dei grandi ospedali veneziani in eta moderna 1474–1797 (1989; with Dulcia Meijers)

    Disegni veneti delle collezioni olandesi, exh. cat. (1986; Venice, Fondazione Giorgio Cini, with Bert Meijer)

    Painters of Venice, exh. cat. (1989; Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum, with Boudewijn Bakker)

    Pietro della Vecchia and the heritage of the Renaissance in Venice (1990)

    Tiepolo and his circle. Drawings from American collections, exh. cat. (1996; Cambridge, Fogg Art Museum and New York, Pierpont Morgan Library)

    Tiepolo in Holland, exh. cat. (1996; Rotterdam, Museum Boijmans-van Beuningen, with Marguerite Tuijn)

    Jacopo Bassano and his public: moralizing pictures in an age of reform, ca.1535–1600 (1996)

    Italian paintings from the 17th and 18th centuries in Dutch public collections (1997; with E. Mijnlieff and B. Treffers)

    Renaissance Venice and the North, exh. cat. (1999; Venice, Palazzo Grassi, with B. Brown and G. N.Scire)

    Il collezionismo a Venezia e nel Veneto ai tempi della Serenissima

    (2005; atti del convegno, with R. Lauber and M. Seidel)

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    Ainslie, Douglas

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    Ainsworth, Maryan W.

    Maryan Ainsworth is Curator of European Paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 

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    Airs, Malcolm

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    Aitken, Charles

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    Ajmar, Marta

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    Alabiso, Annachiara

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    Alai, Beatrice

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    Albainy, Tracey

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    Albl, Stefan

    Stefan Albl is Institutassistent at the Bibliotheca Hertziana Max-Planck-Institute for Art History, Rome.

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